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The Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) was adminis were identified by a national talent search and attended a summer program in precalculus. Results indicated that these students were significantly better adjusted than the adolescent normative group for the instrument Gender, grade level, and verbal...
Current theories of leadership are reviewed. Eleven leadership measures, six for children and youth and five for adults, are reviewed in the context of these theories and with psychometric standards for test use. In general, the measures are normed inadequately and lack information about...
Four hundred kindergarten children in regular education and 31 kindergarten children identified as gifted were presented a cognitive battery consisting of nine different tasks. Five measures representing the three open-ended tasks were associated with both a significant group difference and the...
Gifted education has often seemed isolated from general education, in part because of differing per spectives on equity and excellence goals and tensions resulting from those divergent viewpoints Recently, however, there have been calls from both educators of the gifted and general educators for...
A history of the development of standards for personnel preparation at the graduate level is presented. The roles played by the Professional Training Institutes, the Professional Development Division of professional standards for graduate programs in gifted education are described as is their...
Program evaluations conducted by district staff for the purpose of providing feedback to local decision makers are necessary for program improvement and accountability (Fetterman, 1993) can facilitate the creation of longitudinal data bases on the outcomes of gifted and talented programs. This...
This article presents a unified model — the triarchic theory of human intelligence — for the identification, instruction, and assessment of the achievement of gifted children. The article opens with a discussion of the need for a unified model of identification, instruction, and assessment....
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